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Will Google's New Change Destroy Your Business?

Google's latest algorithm change, due to go live tomorrow, April 21, could have a major impact on your site if it's not what they deem "mobile-friendly".

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Tags: Google

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Sophisticated New Store on the Dark-web

Online black markets are nothing new, but a new one, TheRealDeal, is taking illegal transactions to a new level of sophistication and professionalism.

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Tags: TheRealDeal, Tor, Zero-Day Exploit, Bitcoin

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POSeidon Malware and the Current State of Credit Card Theft

Hackers have shifted their focus from big retailers like Target and Home Depot to point of sales (POS) software, giving them a wider range of smaller companies and frustrating efforts of the people who try to get to the bottom of security breaches.

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Tags: Malware, Hack, NEXTEP, POS, PoSeidon,

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Does Apple’s Security Have a Kryptonite?

While Apple’s reputation for secure technology is currently held in high regard, it may not be as invincible as people often think. How is this so?

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Tags: Malware, Apple, iOS

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Windows, Flash and Java Critical Updates

There are a lot of big updates form some big names today, and you should probably get on getting them all.

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Tags: Windows, Adobe, Flash, Update, Internet Explorer, Java, Oracle

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White Lodging Services Breached Again

It happened in February and it's happened again. White Lodging Services has been hacked.

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Tags: Hack, White Lodging Services

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Chip Cards are More Secure... Right?

Chip-based cards are a more secure magnetic strip card alternative, but all the cards in last year's Home Depot breach were chip-enabled transactions. How did this happen?

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Tags: Home Depot, Hack, Credit Card Fraud